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Old 11-21-2013, 09:44 AM
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'06 F250 10" lift. Who makes one?

I just had my '99 F350 stolen two weeks ago and it had a 10" lift on 39.5" TSLs. I may possibly be picking up a 2006 F250 but I'm not too familiar with what's available for them. I know Superlift makes an 8". Is there anyone who makes a 10" suspension lift? . I don't want to combine the 8" with a body lift. Thanks in advance.


Here's a picture of the one that was stolen from me two weeks ago :




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body lifts are a no go anyway

an 8 with 2"coil spacers would work fine

If it were mine I would have rear springs made by Deaver anyway so those would be easy otherwise most lifts even the ones that have springs included retain the stock block so you would add2"there if you were modifying an 8"

or call Trevor at precision metal fab He could hook you up with some ideas

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Fabtech makes a 10" and it clears 40's.
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Little off topic; sorry to hear about your truck! I find it hard to believe it wasn't recovered I mean it's not like they came out of the factory looking like that! Can't be too hard to miss!
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body lifts are a no go anyway

an 8 with 2"coil spacers would work fine

If it were mine I would have rear springs made by Deaver anyway so those would be easy otherwise most lifts even the ones that have springs included retain the stock block so you would add2"there if you were modifying an 8"

or call Trevor at precision metal fab He could hook you up with some ideas

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X2, give Trevor a call. He can put together a nice riding 10" kit for you
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Old 11-24-2013, 11:50 AM
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Fabtech makes a 10", rough country also makes a cheaper 8"

Here's link to their kits, either click on radius arm or 4 link and it'll give you options for coils or coil overs

I'm including the kit numbers and pricing in case fabtech changes their website in the future, I hate when people post links and they end up being broken links later down the road.

Fabtech 10" Radius Arm Kits -
Kit# K2048DB - Coils ~ $3500
Kit# K2049DB - Coilovers ~ $6000

Fabtech 10" 4 Link Kits -
Kit# K2040DB - Coils ~ $3850
Kit# K2041DB - Coilovers ~$6350
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I bet that truck rode really nicely on the boggers. lol
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Old 11-28-2013, 11:14 AM
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I bet that truck rode really nicely on the boggers. lol

Hate to break it to you since you're an expert and all but those aren't Boggers. They're TSLs, and believe it or not, they rode nice. I've been running Interco tires for close to 20 years and have always liked them. . . Thanks for your smartass reply though.
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Old 11-28-2013, 11:18 AM
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Little off topic; sorry to hear about your truck! I find it hard to believe it wasn't recovered I mean it's not like they came out of the factory looking like that! Can't be too hard to miss!

Thanks. . . Yeah unfortunately I don't think it was taken for a joyride. My truck had to have been taken straight to a shop where it was more than likely stripped. I'm sure it wasn't driven around. . . It's been almost four weeks since it was stolen. I'm pretty sure if it hasn't been recovered by now it probably isn't going to be found. At this point I'm looking for my parts to pop up for sale on forums or on Craigslist.
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Thanks for all the help guys, I really apprciate it. I ended up passing on the '06 and picked up another '99. . . Thanks again.
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